If you live in Melbourne, it is still possible to grow a range of tropical and subtropical fruit varieties. The key to success is creating the right microclimate in your garden
Welcome to Permablitz Melbourne!
Here are a Permablitz Host’s tips to make it easy for you to provide good, hearty food for hungry vegan, vegetarian, gluten free and carnivorous workers!
After the excitement of hitting our 200th blitz last month, it looks like September is shaping up to be a blitzin’ good time for us all – with three events planned so far! And...
It was a day that featured rain, hail, showers and sunshine – as well as lots of smiles, laughter and enjoyment from the 35 or so blitzers that joined us to transform this Upwey garden.
The art of espalier is becoming increasingly popular, especially for smaller gardens as it enables you to maximise your space. Learn how to set up the structure for it here!
Nettle has a bad rap for its stinging nature, but is an incredibly under-appreciated source of vitamins and good health.
Can you guess what Brunswick West, Upwey, Jan Juc and Avondale Heights have in common? These are all permablitz designs-in-progress that are each edging each other out for the honour of hosting the big...
If any vegie is worth waiting for, it has to be asparagus. For 10 months of the year asparagus is little more than a weedy looking perennial, but in spring the plant is transformed....
Our latest Designers Guild session featured a Tiny House talk from Ali & Belly of itsatinyhouse – and to say it was incredibly inspiring would be underselling it. A great night was had by all!
We learned about planting, composting and pruning, made new friends and even grew a greater understanding in what is involved in establishing a food forest!
The Montmorency blitz was a food-fuelled day of hugelkultur, eating, wicking beds, eating, orchard planting, eating, chicken coop upgrading and eating. And eating!